In the second of 2 special-report episodes, educator & former chef Scott Alves Barton guest hosts a conversation among Black professionals in food.
We are delighted to share our first-ever guest-hosted and curated episodes of the pod. In a 2-episode special report, educator and former chef Scott Alves Barton moderates 4 conversations among Black professionals in food. Two of the panels comprise Black chefs, one features four writers and editors, and one features two chef-farmers. Our hope is that taken together, this report helps foster a greater understanding of, in Scott's words, "what it means to be Black and professional in food." For our Black listeners, we hope these conversations resonate with you and reflect and amplify your own experiences and perspectives.
Part 1 aired on our prior episode.
Scott's guests for this, part 2, of this series are (in alphabetical order) Kimberly Brock Brown, Dr. Cynthia Greenlee, Dr. Jessica B. Harris, Todd Richards, Jamila Robinson, and Ellen Sweets.
If you enjoyed this episode, you might enjoy these other Andrew Talks to Chefs conversations:
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Chef Russell Jackson
Chef Douglass Williams
Chef Edouardo Jordan
Chef Erick Williams
Chef Roze Traore
Chef Milton Abel II
Chef Mashama Bailey (part of our Philly Chef Conference Special, 2019)
Chef Alexander Harris
Chef Tanya Holland
Chef JJ Johnson
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